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PIA offers ideas to better the workplace

Friday, November 12, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Printing Industries of America presents the Best Practices of the 2009 Best Workplaces in the Americas. Best Practices of the Best Workplaces in the Americas series is a collection of proven ideas from workplaces around North America that have produced a superior workplace. Jim Kyger, Assistant Vice President of Human Relations at Printing Industries of America and compiler of Best Practices of the 2009 Best Workplaces in the Americas, defines best practices as "a proven policy/program that has a higher return on investment." For a company looking to capitalize on its workforce, Best Practices of the 2009 Best Workplaces in the Americas is an asset.

This book has ideas and guidance on a variety of human resources topics that can turn a workplace into the best workplace. In Best Practices of the 2009 Best Workplaces in the Americas are suggestions on how to ensure the health and wellness of employees, create a satisfactory and appealing work environment, ways to recognize and reward employees, and much more. The topics in this book can help a company create their own workplace protocol or refine an already stellar human resources department.

The ideas are homegrown and typically cost very little to the company at first, yet they often yield great dividends. Along with increased ROI, having an above-average workplace is a point of recognition that can be a valuable tool in recruiting new employees or marketing a business.

Best Practices of the 2009 Best Workplaces in the Americas is currently on sale at www.printing.org/bookofmonth. The practices highlighted in the book are hand picked by the Best Workplaces in the Americas judges to help businesses across the world become a model of productivity and efficiency.

 

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